ISO Chemical Processing Centrifugal Pump

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General Discription of ISO Chemical Processing Centrifugal Pump
The pump mounting meeting ISO2858&API610;Design pressure up to 2.5MPa; Seal cavities construction is suitable for both mechanical seal and soft packing seal; the key wet parts are stainless steel precision casting and good appearance. To match different liquid application, material can be Cast Iron, Stainless steel and bronze alloyetc. The motor and pump share one shaft., high efficiency,good balance.


Advantage of ISO Chemical Processing Centrifugal Pump
Quick mantainance
Higher Efficiency&saving energy
Low noise
Non-leakage
Stabel runing and longer operation life
Save Installation Space
Exellent Performance
Compact Structure

Technical data of ISO Chemical Processing Centrifugal Pump
Diameter of Discharge Flange: DN25 upto DN450
Capacity:Q:3.8-2850m3/h
Head:H:8-162m
Max Working Pressure:1.6MPa
Max Operating Temperature:120 degree
Rotation Direction: from the driven end, the pump rotating direction is CW
Solid Grainn: less than 80mg/L    

                                                                                                             
Model meaning of ISO Chemical Processing Centrifugal Pump
IH 125-100-315A
IH ISO Standard Stainless Steel Back Pullout End Suction Centrifugal Pump
125 - Suction Diameter (mm)
100 - Discharge Diameter (mm)
315 Impeller Diameter Normal size 315mm
A- Impeller Trimmed Code


Applications of ISO Chemical Processing Centrifugal Pump
Civil, Chemical industry, Metallurgy, Light industry.
Such as : Buildings, water works, irrigation, HVAC ; oil processing, Steel industry, silver-smelting, copper-smelting, iron-smelting, Tin-smelting, aluminium -smelting, zinc-smeltingetc non-ferrous metal smelting. Foodstuff, pharmacy,power plant, drink water, clean water, alcohol, desalination of sea water and water treatment.

FAQ of ISO Chemical Processing Centrifugal Pump

1. Are CNBM pumps available in DIY stores?

Yes, currently, we’re available for DIY stores all over the world.

2. Where do I have to send pumps for service?

You must send them to the CNBM PUMP Service Point or, after contacting Customer Care, to the CNBM PUMP service center in China.

3. Are your pumps acid-proofed?

To choose the right pumps for chemical applications, we do need further details on hydraulic operations as well as on the type, concentration and temperature of the liquid.

4. Can your pumps mount Eff.1 motors

Currently, only on request though this will shortly be a CNBM standard.

5. Are your pumps protected against dry running?

No, unprotected centrifugal pumps are not generally designed for dry running. It is important to give us or your dealer as much information as possible about the system in which the pump is used. Inlet pressure, the type of liquid to be pumped, together with relative density, viscosity and temperature, for example, are required in order to allow CNBM to recommend the right pump with the right gaskets for a long operating lifetime.

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It is remarkably frustrating to pay for timing belt replacement then to have to pay for timing belt replacement plus water pump. If the cooling system has only had the proper Honda coolant and distilled water (or premix) replaced on schedule the odds are with you; if not... not. I learned the hard way that conventional green coolant attacks the water pump seal (first source). Really, it is your choice. However, be aware that water pump seizure is not all that uncommon. A friend of the family had a Ford that had a seized water pump when it was 4 years old - the car was out of warranty but still had a year of payments to go. It was a 90-something Escort with an interference engine and she had to replace the engine because the fragments of the valve seats ruined the pistons and cylinder walls. When I was active in Volvo forums a member had a water pump seize a few months after the timing belt was changed and it did $6000 damage. Your choice, but I always change the pump.
Q:Water is pumped through a pipe of diameter 13.0 cm from the Colorado River up to Grand Canyon Village,?
a) Pressure is the weight of a 1 meter square column of water. The height of the pipe is 2311-564 = 1747 m volume is 1747 m³ density of water is density of water at 20C = 0.998 g/cm³ = 998 kg/m³ mass of water is 1747 m³ x 998 kg/m³ = 1744000 kg weight of water is 1744000 x 9.8 = 17090000 N Pressure is 17090000 N/m² or 17.09 MP b) Cross sectional are of pipe is A = πr² A = π(.065)² = 0.0133 m² one meter of pipe has a volume of .0133 m³ 4300 m³ are pumped per day The water in that one meter of pipe has to be changed 4300 / 0133 = 324000 times per day to handle the flow That is 324000 / (24*3600) times per second or 3.75 times per second. Since the section of pipe is is 1 meter, that is 3.75 meters per second.
Q:Water pump that cools water?
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Q:Isuzu 6VD1 Water pump Gasket replacement?
it depends mainly on the gaskets you are using whether or not they are paper type gaskets or rubber type gaskets or cork type some cars have only sealant and no gaskets most rubber gaskets don't need sealant some install it anyway for extra protection but to much sealant it could clog your cooling system if they are paper type gaskets a little sealant is added protection some mechanics put sealant on the gasket simply to hold it in place during the install some gaskets require sealant and a specific one at that there are many different types of sealant keep in mind if your gasket manufacture requires sealants to install its would be listed on the box it arrives in for the pre installation guides make sure you get the one they say also all sealant that dry some are wet sealants and never dry, keep in mine that if the sealant requires dry time after install you follow those guide lines otherwise it will leak keep in mind also that the water pump housing bolts have a specific install and tightening and torque down for that type of gaskets like 15 foot pounds on the bolts for cork type gaskets if you crank the bolts down to tight its going to split the gaskets and your back to square one replacing it again
Q:Where is the water pump in this truck?
If you have the v-6 then the water pump is driven by the timing belt and you have to remove the fan belts and the timing cover just to see it . The 4 cylinder the pump is driven by the fan belt that drives the alternator and the fan .
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Q:1997 Honda Civic water pump change?
This is a hot topic even among Honda enthusiasts and professionals. The whole deal about changing the water pump, as you probably know, is that the labor to do that is small once the timing belt is out of the way. However - and this is the big issue - most original Honda water pumps last a very long time, even more than 200K miles. Do you feel lucky? One big issue enters here: what sort of antifreeze has been used in it? If it still has Honda antifreeze (dark green in your 1997, as I recall) the pump is probably still good for another 100K miles even if the coolant has not been changed on schedule. If it has conventional (bright) green or some other coolant that is not known to be silicate free I strongly recommend replacing the pump with an OEM pump. See the first source for the reason. In any case, I recommend replacing the water pump with the next timing belt change if you don't do it this time. 300K miles is a lot to ask of a pump seal. I also strongly recommend not going with an aftermarket pump - OEM only. I make a habit of always replacing the pump and tensioner(s). EDIT - Shane A has a good point. If the water pump fails next year the price of a new pump and tensioner will seem trivial. The pain of higher cost is temporary, the peace of mind is lasting.
Q:Is it the a hose or the water pump? ?
fill it , start it , watch it, see where its leaking, if you still can see it , see a mechanic, but dont over heat it , you could damage the engine
Q:Calculating Head Flow Rate (Water Pump)?
If your pump has more capacity than you need, you can always restrict the discharge and create extra artificial head.
Q:Rechargeable Battery Water Pump?
Since you don't mention the model of the pump, if you can connect the charger with a dry connection, you should not have to remove the pump/tube. If you have to take the battery out, you stand the risk of dropping it in the water putting it back, but obviously (I think) you don't have to remove the pump/tube.

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